Working for Business in the Outdoor Capital of the UK

Join the Chamber

Come on board & get your business needs heard

If you are thinking of  joining but want to talk to someone first, drop in to our office at 15 High Street, Fort William, PH33 6DH for a chat or come along to a Chamber network meeting to find out more. Annual membership starts from as little as £90 +vat

How can I join?

If you want to join either:

Benefits of Membership

Membership Benefits - Lochaber Chamber of Commerce

Download our Membership Benefits (PDF)


How much will membership cost?

Web - Memership type *Affiliate Group Membership’ is for clubs, societies, community groups and marketing groups. This membership allows your group to connect with the Lochaber Chamber of Commerce, receive communications, and participate in the monthly Business Bulletin.

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP is charged at the top tier rate of £340 +VAT and may be one of the following:

National and multinational organisations taking membership through Scottish Chambers of Commerce taking links with the Chamber network. Corporate members in this category will typically join through the Scottish Chambers of Commerce.

Organisations which operate across Scotland looking for membership of the Highland network. Corporate Members in this category will typically join via one of the Highland Chambers of Commerce.

The above Annual Membership Fees currently apply. VAT is payable on these fees. 

Membership Enquiries for full details:
Tel: 01397 705765

Lochaber Chamber of Commerce Please select a payment method from the options below:

Transfer by BACS to Lochaber Chamber of Commerce, Account No. 10831221, Sort Code. 83-20-16.

Enclose a cheque made payable to, ‘Lochaber Chamber of Commerce’ and send to the address below.


Marketing Opportunities


For information on advertising on the Outdoor Capital of the UK website please contact Chris O’Brien for full details:
Tel: 01397 705765

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